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  1. flu13

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    The subject pretty much says it all. I don't know anyone who can receive a text message on their home phone, yet every contact I have who has a home phone has "Text Home" sitting there staring me in the face. For that matter, "Text Work" is mostly useless as well. If anyone knows how to hide these options, that would be awesome.
     

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    Actually, Sprint has a Text to Landline service. it's kinda cool. You send a text to any phone and they get it as a voice repeating your text. They then have an option given to text back to you via voice, I believe.

    Used it a few times in the past because I hate talking on the phone. I just like the fact that my hand held computer has a phone attachment just in case. ;o)
     
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    Wow. That's weird and most people I know would be freaked out by it.
     
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    I sent a text to a landline by accident and they were surprised LOL.
     
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    Ya know?!

    (... and thanks to the OP, and the others who answered this question, as I had the same issue but glad to see it's not a "dumb" option now)
     

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